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GMAT Number Properties – Free Webinar 5/15/19

In recent years, more and more “number properties” questions have been appearing on the GMAT in both Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. Students often find them tricky because they involve concepts that can be challenging if you don’t have a solid mathematical foundation. I don’t want that to be your experience. In fact, there are a […]

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How to Succeed on the GMAT: 5 Study Habits

They say you are what you repeatedly do. What you repeatedly eat determines the state of your health. What you repeatedly read determines your thought processes. How you repeatedly practice for your favorite sport determines how good you’ll be at it. And so on. Likewise, when it comes to preparing for the GMAT, how you […]

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Night Owls Better at the GMAT?

I came across an article a couple weeks ago citing data that purportedly shows the GMAT scores of MBA students to be “much higher in both men and women that went to bed later and arose later.” The author suggests the findings are in line with a long-established link between bedtime and intelligence. Specifically, Study […]

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My 700 GMAT Success Story – Drew Dominguez, USA

It’s always rewarding when you see hard work pay off. That’s certainly true of Drew Dominguez, who finally saw a 700 GMAT score flash up on his screen after finishing his exam last week. I got a huge smile on my face when I received an e-mail from him with this simple subject line: “700 […]

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Understanding Pi on the GMAT – Happy Pi Day!

It’s Pi Day, March 14th (3.14)! In celebration, I want to share a quick mindset about Pi that I think you’ll find really helpful. I had a student ask me recently how to “solve for pi” in GMAT geometry questions. We went back and forth and it turns out she was really confused about the concept […]

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How to Win Your MBA Application and Get Accepted [Webinar]

There’s more to the MBA admissions process than just a good GMAT score. Sure, it’s important. That’s why we’ve invested so much time and effort creating the industry’s most effective GMAT prep courses to help you. But what about the rest of the application? Your essays? Letters of recommendation? Work experience? Undergraduate record? Interview? etc.? […]

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2019 Prospective MBA Students Survey Results Released

Each month, GMAC surveys a sample of mba.com registrants to collect data on their motivations, preferences, program choices, needs, behaviors, and opinions. It’s the largest data resource of its kind available to the graduate management education community and provides business schools around the world with reliable data to inform their understanding of the current state […]

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An Alternative Source for AWA Scoring Templates

Students often ask me how to write an effective “Analysis of an Argument” essay on the AWA portion of the GMAT, and how to know if their attempts on practice tests are good. Well for starters, you have to know what the test-makers are looking for and how to break down a logical argument in […]

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Speed Reading Clinic – Save $50

Earlier this week we hosted a free webinar on Time Management, Speed Reading, and Anxiety Relief. If you missed it, you can watch the recording here: https://www.dominatetestprep.com/speed-reading-webinar-playback-2-5-19 A lot of students have requested to go even deeper into the speed reading strategies guest trainer Bara Sapir shared in the free class, and that’s exactly what her […]

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GMAT Interest Rate Problems – Part 2: Compound Interest

In “GMAT Interest Rate Problems – Part 1” we looked at simple interest and the way it’s commonly tested on the GMAT. What makes it “simple” is the fact that interest is accrued over one (1) time period, generally one year. If you invest $5,000 and earn an interest rate of 5%, it’s assumed that […]

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